Dinosauris i prehistórics

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    CERATOSAURUS

    SKU: SC15019 Category:
    20.00 
    The Ceratosaurus from schleich® DINOSAURS was a carnivorous dinosaur that lived around 150 million years ago in the Late Jurassic period. Two bumps at the eyes and a large horn on the nose were made of bone. They were used either in combat or to deter rivals. On its back were also numerous spike-like bones. The many bumps and plates gave it its name: Ceratosaurus means “horned lizard.”
    Age:+3
    Dimensions:18,9 x 8,4 x 11,1 cm
  • CERATOSAURUS

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  • CONCAVENATOR

    SKU: PA55096 Category:
    29.00 
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    CONCAVENATOR

    29.00 
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  • CONCAVENATOR

    SKU: SC15041 Category:
    15.00 
  • CONCAVENATOR

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  • CRYOLOPHOSAURUS

    SKU: SC15020 Category:
    20.00 
    When the cryolophosaurus from schleich® DINOSAURS opens its movable jaw you can see its dangerous teeth! In the Early Jurassic epoch it was the largest carnivorous dinosaur and is the first dinosaur whose fossils were found in Antarctica. When it roamed the earth this part of the earth was not yet covered in ice. Instead it was covered with forests, though in the winter months temperatures dropped to under zero, which was extremely cold for dinosaurs.
    Age:+3
    Dimensions: 24,7 x 8,9 x 10,6 cm
  • CRYOLOPHOSAURUS

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  • DILOPHOSAURUS

    SKU: SC14567 Category:
    15.00 
    After the Compsognathus and the Velociraptor, the Dilophosaurus was one of the fastest prehistoric saurians. Despite its six metre-long body, it weighed only 500 kg and had long, powerful hind legs, with which it could easily reach speeds of up to 38 km/h. It had two striking bone crests on its skull, which also led to it being called the “Double Crested Lizard”. They were indeed big and long, but too thin to defend itself with. Scientists believe that they were used to impress rivals.
    Age:+3
    Dimensions: 15,5 x 8,5 x 11,5 cm
  • DILOPHOSAURUS

    15.00 
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  • DINO TRANSPORT MISSION

    SKU: SC42565 Category:
    60.00 
    The giant triceratops has spied a leafy green snack in the jungle: A salad bar of prehistoric proportions. Watch out, it’s a trap!!! Too late: The dinosaur’s Cretaceous appetite has led the triceratops into a perilous swamp. Can you help researcher Luis Colby rescue the ensnared dino? Or will certain doom await? Where the story goes next is up to you!
    Content: 1x truck with loading ramp, 1x cage, 1x crane, 1x machete, 1x smartwatch communicator, 1x secret drawer, 1x carrying sling, 1x swamp hole, 2x liana mat, 1x Ranger Luis, 1x Triceratops, 1x sticker sheet
    Age:+4
    Dimensions: 50 x 27 x 27 cm
  • DINO TRANSPORT MISSION

    60.00 
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  • DINOSAUR AIR ATTACK

    SKU: SC41468 Category:
    40.00 
    The helicopter from schleich® DINOSAURS Attack from the Air is perfect for following and catching dinosaurs from the air. Dino researcher Luis specially developed a tranquilizer cannon to be attached to the helicopter. Luis takes to the air to take a round flight in his helicopter. But be careful! A large Tapejara isn’t at all pleased to find the helicopter has entered its territory, and immediately takes chase. Luis skillfully uses the control stick to make a fast 180 degree turn. The Tapejara tries to swerve but Luis activates the tranquilizer dart and net perfectly. The dinosaur is caught and can be easily carried with the winch on the helicopter.
    Content: 1x Dino researcher Luis, 1x Tapejara, 1x Helicopter, 1x Winch, 1x Cannon, 1x Net, 1x Helmet, 1x Satellite telephone, 1x Dart, 1x Transport box

    Age:+4

    Dimensions: 25 x 15 x 20 cm
  • DINOSAUR AIR ATTACK

    40.00 
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  • DINOSAUR CAGE

    SKU: SC41469 Category:
    17.00 
    Specially developed fence elements in the schleich® DINOSAURS Extend-A-Fence set mean that the fences can be directly connected with those of the Large Dino Research Station (item no.: 41462). This means that the dinosaur enclosure can be extended to house more dinosaurs.
    Content: 1x Gate, 2x Connecting element, 3x Fence part
    Age:+4
    Dimensions:20 x 20 x 20 cm

     

  • DINOSAUR CAGE

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  • EDMONTOSAURUS

    SKU: SC15037 Category:
    23.00 
    The Edmontosaurus really is a giant at a height of 13 meters. But it’s really friendly. You can see that right away. The Edmontosaurus is also rather pretty: it has a striking cockscomb on its head and a long neck. Its favorite thing to do is to take a leisurely stroll through the woods and meadows and have a nibble on the bushes there. But because it’s so big, it takes ages to finish its meal of leaves and twigs. Maybe you can keep it company?

    Age:+3

    Dimensions: 29,6 x 6,7 x 11,6 cm
  • EDMONTOSAURUS

    23.00 
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